From woodcuts to screenprinting, the world of printmaking is a diverse one.
Seven local artists showcase the diversity of nature through myriad techniques,
including linocuts (prints made from carved linolueum sheets) and monotypes
(a hard surface is painted or inked and then pressed against paper or canvas).
The exhibit runs through May 1, 2016 at Texas Discovery Gardens. It is curated by Janet Reynolds.
Texas Discovery Gardens admission applies during the show. $8/adults, $6/ages 60+, and $4/ages 3 to 11. Free for members and on Tuesdays (butterfly house admission regular price). During the State Fair, Garden admission is half off, but State Fair of Texas admission and Parking is required.